It could very well be that artists make better collectors than their full-time counterparts. Less constrained by conventional notions of taste (and, presumably, investment) than the pros, they tend to make more idiosyncratic selections. Take Andy Warhol and his famously prodigious holdings of cookie jars. Martin Wong, who made paintings of life on the rough Read More
The winner of this year’s Hugo Boss Prize is Danh Vo, a Danish-Vietnamese artist who has exhibited only rarely in the United States. Mr. Vo will receive $100,000 and a solo show next year at the Guggenheim, which administers the biannual prize. Represented in New York by Marian Goodman Gallery, Mr. Vo’s only one-person show in New York was at Artists Space in 2010.
After quite a bit of speculation in the art world about where he would eventually show in New York, Danish artist Danh Vo, who was born in Vietnam and is a favorite with critics and curators, will reportedly be represented by Marian Goodman. Artnet first reported the news on Twitter, and Blouin Artinfo’s In the Air blog brought it to our attention.